NASA Releases New Images Of Universe Taken From Webb Telescope
James Webb Space Telescope launched in 2021 sent back its first images of our universe.
It is among the first series of photos taken by the James Webb Space Telescope, which was launched in 2021.
The images will be the first to provide full-color images of the cosmos, to the greatest depths that have ever been covered and demonstrate Webb’s advanced scientific capabilities.
"This morning, folks across this planet are going to see the images captured by this telescope, and every image is a new discovery," said NASA administrator Bill Nelson.
The image, unveiled by US President Joe Biden, is the “deepest and sharpest infrared image” of the some of the farthest and oldest galaxies that have been observed.
Over the last six months, scientists and engineers have meticulously deployed, aligned, and calibrated the telescope, getting it ready for the first amazing images.
The US space agency noted, “They have tiny, faint structures that have never been seen before, including star clusters and diffuse features,”